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Kiburi cha BP kinatoka wapi?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Ochutz, Aug 11, 2011.

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    Ochutz JF-Expert Member

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    Compliance order ya 24hrs kwa makampuni manne ya mafuta iliisha jana,makampuni matatu yalianza kuuza mafuta toka jana ila BP yaonekana bado wamegoma. Cha kushangaza EWURA wanajikanyaga kanyaga tu wakati BP wameshindwa kutekeleza ile order. Mnawaogopa nini.......? Mi nlitarajia kuona leo hii mkiwafutia leseni. Acheni ubabaishaji bana.
     
  2. lifeofmshaba

    lifeofmshaba JF-Expert Member

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    thubutu tutarudi nyuma kama zimbabwe, BP wanachofanya sio sahihi lakini ni haki yao sisi wananchi tuwapige vita
    hawa wala rushwa kuna kitu BP wanakijua hilo ni shirika makini na sio kwamba wanafanya hivyo bila kuwashirikisha
    makao makuu wana GO AHEAD ya kugoma hao kutoka UK na hapo ndipo utajiuliza kwa nini makampuni ya UK yanaidharau sana
    serikali yetu? wanaijua vizuri hao
     
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    Fidel80 JF-Expert Member

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    Kinatoka serikalini si umeambiwa wana hisa 50% wanasubili kulambwa miguu toka kwa watawala ili walegeze.
     
  4. Kibukuasili

    Kibukuasili JF-Expert Member

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    hawajagoma ila hawana wese
     
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  6. Bujibuji

    Bujibuji JF-Expert Member

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    Wenye BP ndio wenye nchi
     
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    oldonyo JF-Expert Member

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    Serikali legelege
     
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    FJM JF-Expert Member

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    Serikali ni mbia kwenye hii kampuni ya BP. 50% shareholding kama sikoe. Sasa inakuwaje kwa kampuni ambayo serikali ina hisa inaigemea/inakataa kutekeleza maagizo ya serikali. Hii ni aibu kubwa kwa serikali na hapa kama wanataka kujirudishia heshma lazima wawafutie leseni BP.
     
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    andrewk JF-Expert Member

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    Ok! Tuna kosa mafuta sawa! Turudi kutaalamu, mimi nimenunu mafuta mengisa junu kabla ya budget, natarajia mabadiliko kwenye budget, garama za mamumuzi ni shs 90, kodi ni shs 20, gharana za ghara shs 5, jumla ya gharama zanhu ni shs115, nategetemea kupata faida katika mauzo shs 3 sasa serikari inasema nipunguze bei yangu ya mauzi kwa shs 4,
     
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    Yo Yo JF-Expert Member

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    Tuvichome moto vituo vyao kama kweli havina mafuta
     
  11. The Son of Man

    The Son of Man JF-Expert Member

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    Serikali ina hisa 50% Hapo sasa
     
  12. Yericko Nyerere

    Yericko Nyerere Verified User

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    Waliogoma sio bp!! ni serikali ya ccm ndiyo iliyogoma!!
     
  13. simplemind

    simplemind JF-Expert Member

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    BP ni multinational ,huu mtaji/share ya serekali yetu ni kiduchu sana ya mtaji jumla wa BP .Hata serekali ikiamua kujitoa tusitegemee BP itayumba hata kidogo?
     
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    wote tunafahamu kuwa bp mafuta yao yanakiwango cha juu kiubora. Kama kampuni bp sera yao kubwa ni kuwa na quality products, sasa inakuwaje siri-kali iwalazimishe bp kuachana na strategy yao iliyowaweka juu kibiashara ili kuuza mafuta kwa bei rahisi. Hivi suala la free market linakuwaje hapa?? Kikampuni bodi ya directors ya bp inajukumu kisheria kusimamia maamuzi yenye manufaa kwa wanahisa ikiwa ni pamoja na kutouza mafuta kihasara. Ikiwa tunataka bp auze mafuta bei sawa na kampuni nyingine basi tusahau ule ubora uliokuwepo.
     
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    Chasha Poultry Farm Verified User

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    [h=1]Tanzania: BP Ceases Its Country Operations[/h]4 March 2010
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    It is end of an era for BP Tanzania, a major oil marketing company that has operated in the country for about a century.
    BP Africa's Chief Executive Sipho Maseko announced on Tuesday that BP was quitting the Tanzanian market following a strategy review that would see it concentrate all its efforts in strategic countries such as Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Algeria, Egypt and Libya. Except South Africa, the rest are oil and/or gas producing countries. BP has also ceased operations in Namibia, Malawi, Zambia and Botswana.

    "I would like to stress that BP is and will stay committed to Africa," BP Africa's Chief Executive Sipho Maseko said in a statement released on Tuesday. "We have significant operations in Angola, Mozambique and South Africa and in Algeria, Egypt and Libya. We will continue to grow and invest in those markets, especially in the value chain infrastructure," he had added.

    The decision is likely to affect Tanzania's petroleum marketing industry as the company has often played a significant and pioneering role. But to what extent that effect will play itself out cannot now be established now. Until recently, BP Tanzania has had a 35 per cent market share in both the retail and service stations and about 70 per cent in aviation. In Zanzibar it has been controlling the aviation fuel market by about 100 per cent.

    The director general of the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority Mr Haruna Masebu declined to comment on how BP's decision would affect the downstream petroleum industry in Tanzania. He said Ewura had not received any notification on BP's decision and until that notification was received it would be premature to say anything. "We will ultimately comment on BP's decision but we have not yet received any official communications on the matter.

    Talking about it now would be just speculating," he told The Citizen in an interview yesterday in Dar es Salaam. He however observed that since the company was a joint venture between BP group and the Tanzanian government, their departure would not translate into complete shut down in the country.
    Mr Masebu said that BP has already notified the Tanzanian government and other governments included in the pullout but when contacted the Tanzanian government officials said they were still unaware of the issue. Mr Prosper Victus, Head of Petroleum and Gas Section at the ministry of Energy and Minerals, said he had not seen any official documents concerning the issue.
    "I am not aware of the issue. The ministry might have been informed already but the information is not yet on our desk," he told The Citizen by phone yesterday. The ministry's acting Permanent Secretary, Mr Invocavit Swai, was in a meeting when reached yesterday and he could not comment on the issue.

    The minister of Energy and Minerals Mr William Ngeleja could not be reached as his phone went unanswered and could not reply to a text message sent to him from The Citizen. However, the deputy minister for Energy and Minerals Adam Malima was quoted by a section of the online media saying he was also not aware of the move.

    BP Tanzania is among some 40 oil marketing and trading companies in Tanzania with Addax, Mobil, Total, Oryx, Engen, GAPCO, GAPOIL and Oilcom Tanzania Limited being the market leaders.
    In the seven southern African countries of Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia, BP's downstream infrastructure includes some 29 depots and terminals, and more than 800 retail sites. Apart from fuel and lubricants, BP Tanzania has also been selling liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for over forty years. It used to monopolise the market until the entry of Agip after the construction of a refinery, Tipper, in 1964.

    To date BP and Agip Tanzania Limited (which has since been sold to ADDAX and operates as Oryx Tanzania Limited) are the leading players. BP Tanzania has also an organisation that deals in solar energy under a project that covers upcountry regions. BP has also had a large stake in the transit petroleum business through the port of Dar es Salaam to Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC Congo, Zambia and Malawi.

    BP Tanzania traces its roots back in 1900 when Smith MacKenzie started importing kerosene to the island of Zanzibar as Shell agent A bulk tank and kerosene-can filling plant was established in 1901, and for a while Zanzibar supplied oil to much of the east coast of Africa and the Indian Ocean islands. Shell expanded to the Mainland and with the formation of the Consolidated Petroleum Corporation in the late 1920s, BP acquired an interest in the company.
    In 1970 the Government of Tanzania bought a 50 per cent interest in what was then Shell and BP Tanzania Limited. In March 1982, BP bought out Shell's interests and the company became BP Tanzania Limited. Ends
     
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